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1 PHILLIP AND PATRICIA FROST SCHOOL OF MUSIC - UNDERGRADUATE INTRODUCTION The University of Miami Frost School of Music awards the Bachelor of Music degree with majors in nine areas: Composition, Performance, Music Education, Music Engineering Technology, Music Business and Entertainment Industries, Music Therapy, Studio Music and Jazz, and Bachelor of Science in Music Engineering. The Bachelor of Arts in music degree is a non-professional degree designed for talented musicians who wish to pursue a broad liberal arts education. Curriculum flexibility affords students the opportunity for a variety of pre-professional studies, including premedical and prelegal. A minor outside the Frost School of Music is required. A second major outside the School of Music can sometimes be pursued. The Master of Music is offered with majors in Music Education, Music Therapy, Theory, Composition, Performance (voice, piano, conducting, harp, woodwind, multi-woodwinds, brass, percussion, and stringed instruments), Musicology, Accompanying and Chamber Music, Jazz Performance, Jazz Pedagogy, Music Business and Entertainment Industries, Studio Jazz Writing, Media Writing and Production. A joint Doctor of Jurisprudence (JD) and Masters in Music Business and Entertainment Industries is offered jointly with the School of Law. Music Engineering Technology is offered by the School of Music as a Master of Science Degree. The Doctor of Philosophy degree in Music Education and the Doctor of Musical Arts degree also are offered. Refer to the appropriate section of the Graduate Bulletin for policies concerning admission, course of study, residence, research, tool requirements, examinations, candidacy, and dissertation/final project requirements. MISSION As one of the most comprehensive music units in American higher education, and as a freestanding school within a major research university, the Frost School of Music perpetuates a historic commitment to the values inherent in the juxtaposition of professional and general studies in undergraduate curricula. The comprehensiveness of the School s undergraduate and graduate programs manifests a philosophy that places importance upon establishing and maintaining connections between its instructional and associated activities and the broad spectrum of music and music-related fields for which it seeks to prepare its students. In broadest terms, the four-fold mission of the Frost School of Music is to provide a high quality music education and training for its undergraduate and graduate majors; foster advancements in music performance, creativity, scholarship, and teaching among its faculty; serve the general student population of the University; and act as an educational and cultural resource for the University, South Florida, and as appropriate, for national and international constituencies. 529

2 ACCREDITATION The Frost School of Music has been a member of the National Association of Schools of Music since The requirements for entrance and for graduation as set forth in this Bulletin are in accordance with the published regulations of this Association. GOALS The primary goals are: 1. to provide music majors with a high quality pre-professional education, 2. to provide opportunities for other University students to increase their musical skill, understanding, and appreciation, 3. to provide the music faculty with opportunities for creative activity and scholarly inquiry, and 4. to serve as an educational and cultural resource for the University, South Florida, and global communities. PHYSICAL FACILITIES The Arnold Volpe Building (1954) contains classrooms and offices. Henry Fillmore Band Hall (1958) has a rehearsal hall, uniform and instrument storage, the band library, offices, and the Henry Fillmore Museum. Nancy Greene Hall (1960) contains a rehearsal hall, studio-offices, and ensemble library. The Percussion Building (1968) is the percussion teaching studio and office. The Bertha Foster Memorial Music Building (1960, with second story addition completed in 1970), contains practice rooms and teaching studios, pipe organ studio, an electronic music laboratory, and two studios equipped for audio and video recording. The Gusman Concert Hall (1975) houses the administrative offices, data processing center, and the Music Engineering Technology center. The 600 seat sound chamber is one of the finest concert facilities in the Southeast. The L. Austin Weeks Center for Recording and Performance (1994) contains the 0 seat Victor E. Clarke Recital Hall, featuring adjustable acoustics, a pre-function area, a green room, and a state-of-the-art recording studio. The recording area of the building features 48-track digital recording capabilities with a computer automated console, and a multimedia workstation. The Marta and Austin Weeks Music Library and Technology Center (2005) contains a,300 square-foot library which houses collections of books, scores, recordings, special collections, reference works, and computer facilities. The 5,200 square-foot advanced technology center contains six labs, each servicing a specific program for higher-level work, including a music engineering lab, two keyboard/computer labs, a multimedia instruction and learning lab, an 530

3 electronic and computer music lab, and a media-writing and production lab. PERFORMING ENSEMBLES Through regular rehearsals and public concerts, ensembles provide performing experience for all students on the University of Miami campus. Membership in each of these performing ensembles is based on auditions. Students interested in instrumental music may participate in any of the following: Accompanying American Music Ensemble (Songwriters) Avant Garde Ensemble Band of the Hour Marching Band Bluegrass Ensemble Blues Ensemble Brass Chamber Music Brass Choir Clarinet Choir Classical Guitar Ensemble Concert Jazz Band Contemporary Music Ensemble E.C.M. Ensemble Electronic Music Ensemble Flute Choir Funk/Fusion Ensemble Horace Silver Ensemble Jazz Bass Ensemble Jazz Guitar Ensemble Jazz Keyboard Ensemble Jazz Saxophone Ensemble Laptop Ensemble Mallet Ensemble Monk/Mingus Ensemble Percussion Chamber Music Rock Ensemble Salsa Ensemble Saxophone Ensemble Small Jazz Ensembles String-Keyboard Chamber Music Studio Jazz Band Studio Rhythm Section Symphonic Winds Symphony Orchestra Synthesizer Ensemble The Other Music Ensemble Trombone Choir Tuba Ensemble University Band Wind Ensemble Woodwind Chamber Music Jazz Band III 531

4 Vocal experience may be gained through participation in the Chamber Singers Jazz Vocal I-III Men s Chorale - Maelstrom Musical Theatre Workshop Opera Theater Symphonic Choir University Chorale Women s Chorale - Cantilena PUBLIC PERFORMANCES During the academic year, the Frost School of Music presents more than 300 student forums, student and faculty recitals, concerts, lectures, master classes, and guest artist recitals. Student ensembles and faculty present numerous master classes, recitals, and concerts throughout the United States and abroad. Students are encouraged to attend recitals, concerts, master classes, and festivals which are presented within the Frost School of Music as well as throughout metropolitan Miami. PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES and STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS In addition to other extra-curricular activities of the University, the Frost School of Music has established active chapters of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Sigma Alpha Iota, National Association for Music Education (student), American Musicological Society, Tau Beta Sigma, Pi Kappa Lambda, Music Entertainment Industry Student Association, Audio Engineering Society, and the Society of Composers, Inc. SCHOOL OF MUSIC SCHOLARSHIPS The Frost School of Music grants scholarships based on musical talent. All domestic students seeking scholarship funds are encouraged to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid and/or other required forms. Please consult with the Office of Financial Assistance Services for further information. SPECIAL PROGRAMS Workshops and clinics are offered to enrich the musical knowledge of in-service teachers and professional musicians during the academic year. The program of activities continues through the summer when special workshops and seminars are offered. Opportunities for pre-college students are provided in all areas of music and dance throughout the year. MUSIC FOR NON-MUSIC DEGREE STUDENTS Certain music courses are available to students not enrolled in a music degree program. Pre-college students, matriculating University of Miami students, and interested community adults may enroll in these courses. Students who are not currently enrolled at the University of Miami but who wish to pursue courses will need to apply as a special student through the 532

5 Frost School of Music Office of Admission. A list of courses is available at Non-music majors wishing to enroll in performance study are required to audition and may, with the permission of the appropriate faculty member and the undergraduate or graduate dean, register for one or two credits a semester upon payment of tuition and an applied music fee of $ per credit. Performance study by non-music majors is subject to teacher availability. ACADEMIC POLICIES REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION ADMISSION TO THE FROST SCHOOL OF MUSIC Students admitted to the Frost School of Music must successfully complete a dual admission process. In addition to the general requirements for admission to the University, the undergraduate student must meet the following requirements of the Frost School of Music: 1. Submit a Frost School of Music Application directly to the Frost School of Music Admission Office. 2. Submit an Application for Undergraduate Study directly to the University Office of Undergraduate Admission. 3. Demonstrate performance proficiency by auditioning on campus, at designated regional audition centers, or by recording. The audition will be evaluated by appropriate faculty committees. 4. After being admitted to the University each student will be required to participate in placement auditions and exams in theory and applied music (performance). These examinations will be given immediately prior to registration in the fall. 5. Transfer students who are admitted to the University will receive a tentative evaluation of their previous work from the office of Admission. Validation of credits in music will be based on the results of auditions and placement examinations discussed above. The Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies of the Frost School of Music determines which transferred courses will meet specific requirements for graduation. 6. Admission is granted in Fall semesters only. Students who are admitted to the Frost School of Music must begin a program of specialized requirements in music during their first semester. ADMISSION TO THE UNIVERSITY (UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS) Application forms and bulletins for undergraduate students may be secured from the University of Miami web site at The University Office of Admission receives and processes all undergraduate applications, evaluates credentials, and mails letters of acceptance to applicants who qualify for entrance. Because of the University s selective 533

6 admissions policy and limited enrollment only those applicants are accepted who present evidence of intellectual promise, unusual talent and potential, and strong personal qualifications. Admission as a transfer student requires a 3.0 grade point average from the previous institution. Admission to the University in all cases is determined by the University Office of Admission and the Frost School of Music. Prospective students should make formal application for admission in the fall of the senior year in high school. The Frost School of Music participates in the Early Action program. PLACEMENT TESTS Upon entering the Frost School of Music, students must demonstrate, through placement auditions, college-level performance on their instrument and in music theory. Results of placement tests will enable music advisors to assist students in selecting the appropriate program and level of study. ENGLISH and MATHEMATICS REQUIREMENTS Students requiring English 105, English 106, or Mathematics 101 must enroll for these classes during the first year in residence and are not permitted to drop. AUDIT Due to the nature of music courses, it is not possible for a student to audit courses offered in the Frost School of Music. PERFORMANCE STUDY BULLETIN DESCRIPTION The study of a musical instrument privately or in a small group. Prerequisite: Audition. PERFORMANCE MAJOR A Performance Major aspires to a professional career in music performance. PRINCIPAL INSTRUMENT Non-Performance Majors study a principal instrument to develop their music performance skills to the fullest extent possible. PERFORMANCE INSTRUCTION The letter designations A through R classify the levels of undergraduate and graduate performance instruction. The letters A through H signify undergraduate study; letters I through L, master s study; and letters M through R, doctoral study. Transfer students enroll in Level A for the first semester and are placed at an appropriate classification level of study based on the results of the Jury at the end of each semester. CREDIT FOR LESSONS The number of credit hours awarded for performance study is determined by the student s curriculum. Students enrolled for two credits of performance study are required to perform a Jury at the end of each semester. 534

7 JURY The purpose of the Jury is to evaluate student musicianship and technique progress. Students enrolled for 2 credits of private lessons are required to play a Jury before a panel of performance faculty at the end of each semester. Juries are held during Reading Days. Students perform technical requirements and repertoire as assigned by their performance study teacher. The private teacher prepares a Jury Sheet that lists the repertoire covered during the semester and the studio grade for each student. The grade is recorded on the Jury Sheet and placed in the student s file. The final grade can be lowered as a result of poor recital attendance or other requirements specific to the student s program of study. PERFORMANCE WARNING, PROBATION AND DISMISSAL The following applies to all majors and programs in the Frost School of Music: Students earning a grade of C+ or lower in performance study will be placed on Performance Warning for one semester. A subsequent grade of C+ or lower in performance study will result in Performance Probation for one semester. Following Probation, an additional grade of C+ or lower in performance study will result in dismissal from the Frost School of Music. Students Who Fail to Successfully Complete a Music Course Students who fail to successfully complete a music course after the second enrollment will be dismissed from the Frost School. Courses may not be dropped during the second enrollment. SUMMER LESSONS During each of the five-week summer sessions, students may register for one credit of performance study and receive a one-hour lesson per week. Summer lessons do not fulfill degree requirements. SPECIAL FEES Students studying a secondary instrument beyond the required four semesters of secondary piano will be assessed a per-credit fee and must have the approval of the undergraduate dean and program director or department chair. Students who require an accompanist may be assessed an accompanying fee. REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION The general requirements for graduation from the University of Miami are described in the General Information section of this Bulletin. These general requirements are included in the specific listing of requirements for various majors under the appropriate department in the Frost School of Music. Outlines of achievement levels in applied music for each major are available in the Office of the Dean of the Frost School of Music. The student should consult 535

8 regularly with his/her advisor and review the Degree Progress Report available in CaneLink. The Degree Progress Report is a tool to help evaluate if academic requirements are being met. Changes or deviations from the printed requirements must be approved in writing by the Dean. WRITING COURSES Frost School of Music students are expected to complete five writing-intensive courses in addition to English 105 and 106. Courses designated to meet this requirement are identified in the semester course schedule. Writing credit courses require a substantial amount of writing, usually 4000 words or more and are corrected for grammar, style, and content. Non Music or Free Electives Non Music or Free Electives may be chosen from any courses offered by the University except ESS courses numbered below 140. Double Degrees The only courses that may count for both degrees are the general education requirements (English 105 and 106, People and Society, Natural World, Math, and Humanities). For each degree a student must have a different major and minor if a minor is required. The major for one degree may not be a minor for the other degree. MINORS MUSIC MINOR (audition required) Any student wishing to declare a minor in music must audition on an instrument and be approved by the Frost School of Music as a minor. The approval form is available at or in the Undergraduate Dean s Office. A fee is assessed for private instruction. Please note that a minor in certain instruments may not be available. Minors are not available in Jazz Instruments or Jazz Voice. Availability on other instruments and voice varies from year to year depending on studio space. A minor in music consists of 20 credits (at least credits must be earned at the University of Miami): Music theory (MTC) 109, 110 Music literature (MCY) 131, and 3 credit MCY elective Music performance (Instrument/Voice, 4 semesters of 1 credit lessons) Ensembles Music Electives 6 Credits 6 Credits 4 Credits 2 Credits 2 Credits MINOR IN MUSIC BUSINESS AND ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRIES (MBEI) (No audition required) 536

9 A minor in Music Business and Entertainment Industries consists of 12 credits: Multinational Recorded Music Industry (MMI 3) 3 Credits or Music Business Essentials (MMI 310) 3 Credits (music majors only) Introduction to Music Copyright Law (MMI 274) 3 Credits 6 Additional Credits from the following choices: o Artist Development and the Live Entertainment Industry (MMI 273) 3 Credits o Entertainment Industry Contract Basics (MMI 378) 3 Credits o Recorded Music Operations (MMI 537) 3 Credits o Entrepreneurship for Musicians (MMI 530) 3 Credits (music majors only) MINOR IN CREATIVE AMERICAN MUSIC (CAM) (See below under The Bruce Hornsby Creative American Music Program) THE BRUCE HORNSBY CREATIVE AMERICAN MUSIC PROGRAM The Bruce Hornsby Creative American Music Program is designed to develop the creative skills of talented performing songwriters by immersing them in the diverse traditions that form the foundation of modern American songwriting. This rigorous approach will require students to become intimate, both in understanding and practice, with the vast and varied legacy that is American music. The CAM Program is open to all Frost School of Music students by audition. Those who successfully complete the program will earn a Minor in Creative American Music. Courses Leading to a Minor in Creative American Music Courses CR MCY 211 African American Song Traditions 3 MMI 207 African American Song Workshop 1 MCY 212 Anglo American Song Traditions 3 MMI 208 Anglo American Song Workshop 1 MCY 311 Modern American Pop Music 3 MMI 307 Modern American Pop Workshop I 1 MMI 308 Modern American Pop Workshop II 1 MMI 320 Contemporary Lyric Writing (W) 3 MMI 445 Senior Project/Portfolio 1 Total Credits: 537

10 MINOR IN MUSIC COMPOSITION A minor in music composition is primarily intended for students in the Frost School of Music who are pursuing majors in other fields within the Frost School. Students interested in this minor are required to submit a portfolio to the chairman of the department for approval before declaring the minor. The minor consists of credits. Composition I (MTC 101) Composition II (MTC 102) Composition III (MTC 201) Composition IV (MTC 202) Composition Workshop (MTC 182) Orchestration (MTC 4) or 20 th and 21st Century Techniques (MTC 312) 2 credits 2 credits 2 credits 2 credits 4 credits 3 credits The curriculum in Composition is designed for those students intending to pursue a career as a composer and/or to pursue graduate degrees in Theory or Composition. Prospective students are expected to furnish evidence of compositional ability. MINOR IN STUDIO MUSIC AND JAZZ INSTRUMENTAL (Music Majors Only) A 12 credit minor is available for students enrolled in the Frost School of Music whose principal performance medium is a jazz instrument. Permission of studio teacher required. The following courses must be taken to fulfill the requirement of this minor: Analysis and Evolution of Jazz Styles (MSJ 113) Introduction to Jazz Improvisation (MSJ 124) Jazz Improvisation Theory I (MSJ 371) Advanced Modern Arranging I (MSJ 519) 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits 3 credits DANCE Dept. Code: DAN There is no Undergraduate degree for Dance. MINOR IN DANCE A minor in dance is intended for students interested in developing basic teaching skills for elementary and secondary dance education. Prospective students interested in this minor are required to audition for acceptance as well as maintain a grade point average of 3.0 in dance courses. 20 credits are required. Orientation to Dance (DAN 130) This course is a prerequisite for all students who are interested in the minor in Dance Advanced studio technique (DAN 311 or 411 and DAN 211 and 311 or 2 credits 538

11 DAN 311 and 411) 6 credits Dance education and history (DAN 385 or DAN 585 and DAN 450 or DAN 550) 6 credits Dance education electives (DAN 285, 286, and 290) 2 credits Studio Electives (DAN 111, DAN 190, DAN 140, DAN 240, DAN 340, DAN 280, and DAN 380) 4 credits Dance courses are open to all university students with the approval of their advisor. For further information, contact the Dance coordinator. Dance Course Listing 539

12 PERFORMANCE INTRODUCTION The purpose of the Bachelor of Music in Performance Degree is to (1) provide the highest quality of education possible in the areas of musicianship that will provide the foundation for graduate degree work which will lead toward a professional performance career as a classical artist; (2) to provide performance opportunities that integrate the skills learned in music and other classes and to foster creativity and research (3) to provide audition skills and repertoire as well as the skills for building and managing the non-performance aspects of a professional career. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES Students will develop musicianship skills and technique adequate for acceptance into graduate study for fostering a professional career as a solo classical performer. Students will be able to sight-read and prepare musical performances without assistance. Students will develop musicianship skills and technique for working within an ensemble adequate for acceptance into graduate study leading towards a professional career as a classical performer. Ensemble requirements will vary by applied area. Students will develop skills for acceptance into graduate study for fostering a professional career as a solo classical performer. Students will have a broad knowledge of music literature in their applied area as well as an understanding of stylistic and theoretical principles of the various musical and historical periods. DEGREE PROGRAMS Bachelor of Music in Performance MAJOR Instrumental Performance (MIP) Keyboard Performance (MKP) Vocal Performance (MVP) Keyboard Performance Course Listing Instrumental Performance Course Listing 540

13 BACHELOR OF MUSIC: INSTRUMENTAL PERFORMANCE Experiential Music Curriculum Major Code: MIP MIP Principal Instrument Forum 0 MIP Principal Instrument (Level A) 2 MTC 140 Music Theory I* 2 MCY 140 Experiencing Music* 2 MKP 140 Keyboard Studies I* 1 MTC 107 Skills Ensemble I* 1 Large Chamber ENG 105 English Composition I 3 MTH 101 Algebra for College Students** 3 UMX Freshman Experience 0 MIP Principal Instrument Forum 0 MIP Principal Instrument (Level C) 2 MTC 240 Music Theory III* 2 MKP 240 Keyboard Studies III* 1 MMI 250 Essential Tech for Musicians 3 MTC 207 Skills Ensemble III* 1 Large Chamber MIP Principal Instrument Forum 0 MIP Principal Instrument (Level E) 2 MIP 307 Classical Improvisation* 1 Large Chamber MTC th Century Counterpoint 3 MTC 4 Orchestration 3 MCY 541 Music of the Mediaeval, Renaissance & Baroque Periods or Approved MCY Elective 3 MIP Principal Instrument Forum 0 MIP Principal Instrument (Level G) 2 MIP 407 Skills Ensemble VII* Conducting & Arranging 1 Large Chamber MMI 310 Music Business Essentials 3 Approved Elective 3 Non-Music Elective 3 14 FRESHMAN YEAR SOPHOMORE YEAR JUNIOR YEAR SENIOR YEAR MIP Principal Instrument Forum 0 MIP Principal Instrument (Level B) 2 MTC 141 Music Theory II* 2 MCY 141 Musical Trends & Traditions* 2 MKP 141 Keyboard Studies II* 1 MTC 108 Skills Ensemble II* 1 Large Chamber ENG 106 English Composition II 3 MIP Principal Instrument Forum 0 MIP Principal Instrument (Level D) 2 MTC 241 Music Theory IV* 2 MKP 241 Keyboard Studies IV* 1 MTC 208 Skills Ensemble IV* 1 Large Chamber Non-Music Elective 3 14 MIP Principal Instrument Forum 0 MIP Principal Instrument (Level F) 2 MIP 308 Skills Ensemble VI* 1 Large Chamber MIP 399 Junior Recital*** 1 MTC th and 21st Century Techniques 3 MCY 542 Music of the Classical, Romantic, and Modern Periods or MCY Elective 3 MIP Principal Instrument Forum 0 MIP Principal Instrument (Level H) 2 MIP 408 Skills Ensemble VIII* Culminating Project 1 Large Chamber MIP 499 Senior Recital*** 1 MMI 530 Entrepreneurship for Musicians 3 MIP Pedagogy & Repertoire 2 Approved Elective 3 14 * Must pass with grade of C or above. Total Credits = 123 ** If math placement is higher than MTH 101, a 3-credit academic elective will be required. *** Must be enrolled in this course in the semester the recital will be performed. 541

14 BACHELOR OF MUSIC: KEYBOARD PERFORMANCE Experiential Music Curriculum Major Code: MKP MKP 006 Piano Forum 0 Piano (MKP PIA) 2 MTC 140 Music Theory I* 2 MCY 140 Experiencing Music* 2 MTC 107 Skills Ensemble I* 1 Ensemble (can include Chamber Ensemble) 1 Accompanying (MKP 189, 190, or 191) 1 ENG 105 English Composition I 3 MTH 101 Algebra for College Students** 3 UMX Freshman Experience 0 MKP 006 Piano Forum 0 Piano (MKP PIC) 2 MTC 240 Music Theory III* 2 MMI 250 Essential Tech for Musicians 3 MTC 207 Skills Ensemble III* 1 Ensemble (can include Chamber Ensemble) 1 Accompanying (MKP 189, 190, or 191) 1 MKP 006 Piano Forum 0 Piano (MKP PIE) 2 MTC 313 Eighteenth Century Counterpoint* 3 MIP 307 Skills Ensemble V* 1 MCY 541 Music of the Mediaeval, Renaissance & Baroque Periods or MCY Elective 3 MKP 547 Keyboard Pedagogy 2 Ensemble (can include Chamber Ensemble) 1 Accompanying (MKP 189, 190, or 191) 1 Non-Music Elective 3 MKP 006 Piano Forum 0 Piano (MKP PIG) 2 MCY 526 Keyboard Literature I* (w) 3 MMI 310 Music Business Essentials 3 MTC 311 Analysis & Experience (w) 3 Ensemble (can include Chamber Ensemble) 1 Accompanying (MKP 189, 190, or 191) 1 Free Elective 3 FRESHMAN YEAR SOPHOMORE YEAR JUNIOR YEAR SENIOR YEAR MKP 006 Piano Forum 0 Piano (MKP PIB) 2 MTC 141 Music Theory II* 2 MCY 141 Musical Trends & Traditions* 2 MTC 108 Skills Ensemble II* 1 Ensemble (can include Chamber Ensemble) 1 Accompanying (MKP 189, 190, or 191) 1 ENG 106 English Composition II 3 Non-Music Elective 3 18 MKP 006 Piano Forum 0 Piano (MKP PID) 2 MTC 241 Music Theory IV* 2 MTC 208 Skills Ensemble IV* 1 Ensemble (can include Chamber Ensemble) 1 Accompanying (MKP 189, 190, or 191) 1 Approved Elective 3 MKP 006 Piano Forum 0 Piano (MKP PIF) 2 MKP 399 Junior Recital*# 1 MTC th and 21st Century Techniques* 3 MIP 308 Skills Ensemble VI* 1 MCY 542 Music of the Classical, Romantic, & Modern Periods or MCY Elective 3 Ensemble (can include Chamber Ensemble) 1 Accompanying (MKP 189, 190, or 191) 1 MKP 006 Piano Forum 0 Piano (MKP PIH) 2 MKP 499 Senior Recital*# 1 MMI 530 Entrepreneurship for Musicians (w) 3 MTC 4 Orchestration* 3 Ensemble (can include Chamber Ensemble) 1 Accompanying (MKP 189, 190, or 191) 1 Approved Music Elective 3 14 * Must pass with grade of C or above. Total Credits = 126 ** Required if math placement is MTH 101 or lower. # Must be enrolled in this course in the semester the recital will be performed 542

15 BACHELOR OF MUSIC: VOCAL PERFORMANCE MVP 008 Voice Forum 0 MVP Voice (Level A) 2 MTC 140 Music Theory I* 2 MCY 140 Experiencing Music* 2 MKP 140 Keyboard Studies I* 1 MTC 107 Skills Ensemble I* 1 MVP 188 Opera Theater 1 Choral ENG 105 English Composition I 3 MVP 250 Lyric Diction for Singers-Eng.& Italian 1 MTH 101 Algebra for College Students** 3 UMX Freshman Experience 0 MVP 008 Voice Forum 0 MVP Voice (Level C) 2 MTC 240 Music Theory III* 2 MKP 240 Keyboard Studies III* 1 MTC 207 Skills Ensemble III* 1 MVP 288 Opera Theater III 1 Choral MVP 181 Choral Conducting I 1 Foreign Language*** 3 12 MVP 008 Voice Forum 0 MVP Voice (Level E) 2 MCY 541 Music of the Mediaeval, Renaissance & Baroque Periods 3 MVP 388 Opera Theater V 1 Choral MKP PIE Piano 1 People & Society Cognate *** 3 MVP 008 Voice Forum 0 MVP Voice (Level G) 2 MVP 488 Opera Theater VII 1 Choral MMI 310 Music Business Essentials 3 MVP 552 Vocal Performance Preparation 1 MVP 538 Vocal Pedagogy 2 MTC 311 Analysis & Experience (w) 3 STEM Cognate _ 3 Experiential Music Curriculum Major Code: MVP FRESHMAN YEAR SOPHOMORE YEAR JUNIOR YEAR SENIOR YEAR MVP 008 Voice Forum 0 MVP Voice (Level B) 2 MTC 141 Music Theory II* 2 MCY 141 Musical Trends & Traditions* 2 MKP 141 Keyboard Studies II* 1 MTC 108 Skills Ensemble II* 1 MVP 189 Opera Theater II 1 Choral MVP 252 Lyric Diction for Singers-German & French 1 ENG 106 English Composition II 3 ITA 101 Italian*** 3 MVP 008 Voice Forum 0 MVP Voice (Level D) 2 MTC 241 Music Theory IV* 2 MKP 241 Keyboard Studies IV* 1 MTC 208 Skills Ensemble IV* 1 MVP 289 Opera Theater IV 1 Choral MVP 182 Choral Conducting II 1 Foreign Language*** 3 MVP 008 Voice Forum 0 MVP Voice (Level F) 2 MCY 542 Music of the Classical, Romantic, and Modern Periods 3 MVP 389 Opera Theater VI 1 Choral MCY 522 Operatic Literature or (w) ## MCY 525 Art Song Literature (w) ## 3 MKP PIF Piano 1 MVP 399 Junior Recital# 1 MVP 552 Vocal Performance Preparation 1 MVP 008 Voice Forum 0 MVP Voice (Level H) 2 MVP 489 Opera Theater VIII 1 Choral MMI 530 Entrepreneurship for Musicians (w) 3 MVP 552 Vocal Performance Preparation 1 MVP 499 Senior Recital# 1 MCY 522 Operatic Literature or (w) ## MCY 525 Art Song Literature (w) ## 3 MTC 300+ Elective _3 * Must pass with grade of C or above. Total Credits = 125 ** Required if math placement is MTH 101 or lower *** Foreign language requirements: one semester each of Italian, French, and German and at least one 543

16 additional semester of Italian, French, or German. Recommended in a Cognate. # Must be enrolled in this course in the semester the recital will be performed. ## MCY522 and MCY525 are required. Note: Must demonstrate the music technology competency by testing out of or successfully completing MMI250 Essential Technologies for Musicians. MMI250 is available in a STEM cognate. Vocal Performance Course Listing MUSIC EDUCATION AND MUSIC THERAPY - Dept. Code: MED INTRODUCTION A basic premise of the Music Education program is that music teachers must be both musicians and teachers; thus, competency as a musician is equally as important as having a strong theoretical and practical foundation in music education. The instructional program should prepare students for teaching all areas of the instructional specialization (e.g. choral, general, instrumental music) while allowing them to develop a specialization in a given area of music teaching. The theoretical and practical foundations in our series of music education techniques and methods courses incorporate ideas drawn from theory, research, and the practical experiences of the faculty and other successful practitioners. Program Goals: Help students develop the musical and teaching competencies necessary to enable them to demonstrate the generic and subject area competencies and the Florida Educational Accomplished Practices (FEAP) for becoming successful music teachers. Enable students to apply the musical and instructional skills developed in the program (and reinforced during field experience and student teaching ) to teach music in elementary, middle, and senior high schools. Prepare students to plan and sequence music instruction at all levels. Help students to develop the skills and desire to continue music-making as a lifetime endeavor both personally and professionally. Help students develop skills in integrating information from the diverse professional literature into their teaching. 544

17 EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES Students must demonstrate generic competencies required by the University in general education courses. Students must demonstrate competencies related to the core Professional Education courses required by the State of Florida, including 13 credits in Teaching and Learning (TAL) and a minimum of 32 credits in Music Education (MED). Students must demonstrate musical competencies related to the requirements of the Bachelor of Music degree, including 66 credits in music. Students must demonstrate teaching competencies related to the core courses in the music education specialization, including a minimum of 32 credits in Music Education. DEGREE PROGRAMS Bachelor of Music MAJOR Music Education (MED) The Music Education curriculum is designed to prepare students to teach music in public and private schools at both the elementary and secondary grade levels. All Music Education majors must perform at a high level either vocally or on an instrument. Students must successfully complete the Florida General Knowledge Examination (FGKE) to be admitted to teacher candidacy and to graduate. Instrumental majors must develop knowledge of and performance ability on wind, string, and percussion instruments sufficient to teach beginning students. All choral and general music majors must develop adequate vocal skills to assure effective use of the voice in teaching. Admission to and/or retention in the music education curriculum leading to Florida Teacher Certification requires that students be formally screened with respect to specific criteria. Following are the Requirements for Admission to Teacher Candidacy and for Admission to Associate Teaching: Admission to Teacher Candidacy 1. Acceptance as a major in the music education program. 2. Satisfactory performance on the Florida General Knowledge Exam (FGKE). 3. Completion of 55 semester hours of credit. (Transfer students must have at least 12 semester hours of credit earned at the University of Miami.) 4. No grade less than a C in TAL & MED courses. 5. Completed Music Technology Requirement MMI Required Background Check completed. 545

18 Admission to Student Teaching 1. Approval of MED faculty members. 2. Completion of 90 semester hours of credit. 3. Completion of at least three-fourths of the courses in the teaching major, verified by advisor. 4. Completion of a C or better in all MED & TAL courses 5. Completion of pre-internship field experiences with above-average evaluations. Music Education and Music Therapy Course Listing 546

19 MED 0 Music Education Forum 0 Principal Instrument/Voice (Level A) 2 MTC 140 Music Theory I* 2 MCY 140 Experiencing Music* 2 MKP 140 Keyboard Studies I* 1 MTC/MSJ/MMI 107 Skills Ensemble I* 1 Large MED Technique Class* 1 ENG 105 English Composition I 3 TAL 103 Psychological & Technological Foundations of Education* 3 UMX Freshman Experience 0 MED 0 Music Education Forum 0 Principal Instrument/Voice (Level C) 2 MTC/MSJ/MMI 240 Music Theory III*# 2 MKP 240 Keyboard Studies III*# 1 MTC/MSJ 207 Skills Ensemble III* 1 Large MED Technique Class* 1 MED Technique Class* or MVP 250 Lyric Diction for Singers-Eng. & Italian 1 MIP/MVP 181 Conducting I 1 TAL 305 Classroom and Behavior Management* 3 BACHELOR OF MUSIC: MUSIC EDUCATION Experiential Music Curriculum Major Code: MED with minor in Education MED 0 Music Education Forum 0 Principal Instrument/Voice (Level E) 2 Large MTC 311 Analysis & Experience or MSJ 340 ### (w) 3 MCY 541 Music of the Mediaeval, Renaissance & Baroque Periods or Approved MCY Elective 3 MED 542 Teaching Elementary General Music (K-5)* (w) 3 MED 549 Teaching Secondary Choral Music* 3 MIP/MVP 281 Conducting III 1 MED 0 Music Education Forum 0 Principal Instrument/Voice (Level G) 2 Large MED Techniques class* 1 MED 340 Marching Band Fundamentals* or MIP 549 String Repertoire and Pedagogy* 1 MED 430 Teaching Jazz/Popular Music* 2 MMI 530 Entrepreneurship for Musicians (w) 3 TAL 506 Issues and Strategies for ESOL* 3 FRESHMAN YEAR SOPHOMORE YEAR JUNIOR YEAR SENIOR YEAR MED 0 Music Education Forum 0 Principal Instrument/Voice (Level B) 2 MTC 141 Music Theory II* 2 MCY 141 Musical Trends & Traditions* 2 MKP 141 Keyboard Studies II* 1 MTC/MSJ/MMI 108 Skills Ensemble II* 1 Large MED Technique Class* 1 ENG 106 English Composition II 3 MTH 101 Algebra for College Students** 3 MED 0 Music Education Forum 0 Principal Instrument/Voice (Level D) 2 MTC/MSJ/MMI 241 Music Theory IV*# 2 MKP 241 Keyboard Studies IV*# 1 MTC/MSJ 208 Skills Ensemble IV* 1 Large MED 245 Functional Technique Class* 1 MIP/MVP 182 Conducting II 1 TAL 404 Reading in the Content Area* 3 MED 0 Music Education Forum 0 Principal Instrument/Voice (Level F) 2 Large MTC 4 Orchestration or MTC 5 Choral Arranging 3 MCY 542 Music of the Classical, Romantic, & Modern Periods or Approved MCY Elective 3 MED 543 Teaching Elementary and Secondary Instrumental Music* (w) 3 MED 544 Teaching Secondary General Music (6-12)* (w) 3 MIP/MVP 282 Conducting IV 1 MED 433 Senior Seminar in Music Education* 1 MED 471 Student Teaching in Elementary School Music (K-5)*** 6 MED 473 Student Teaching in Secondary School Music (6-12)*** 6 TAL 580 Seminar on Teaching* 1 14 ***MED 475 Student Teaching (12 credits) can be substituted for MED 471 & MED 473 Total Credits =

20 NOTE: -Two semesters of MIP 0 Marching Band required of all brass, percussion, and woodwind principals. -TAL courses meet the requirement for an EDD minor. -Must demonstrate the music technology competency by testing out of or successfully completing MMI250 Essential Technologies for Musicians. MMI250 is available in a STEM cognate. Must pass all courses in MED and TAL with grade of C or above. * Must pass with grade of C or above. ** MTH 101 required if math placement is MTH 101 or lower. # Jazz principals take MSJ 240 Jazz Skills I instead of MTC 240 & MKP 240 ## Jazz principals take MSJ 241 Jazz Skills II instead of MTC 241 & MKP 241 # # # Jazz principals may substitute MSJ 113 Analysis & Evolution of Jazz Styles I 548

21 MUSIC THERAPY - Dept Code MTY INTRODUCTION The music therapy program provides students with the opportunity to develop comprehensive musicianship as well as clinical knowledge and skills within a rich musical, scholarly and communicative environment. Music therapy majors must demonstrate musical proficiency, either vocally or instrumentally, and must acquire musical competency on guitar, piano, voice and percussion. Graduates of this program are prepared for careers as professional music therapists in a variety of health care and educational settings. Furthermore, graduates are eligible to take the Board Certification Exam in music therapy, leading to the credential, Music Therapist Board Certified (MT-BC). The music therapy curriculum is approved by the American Music Therapy Association, and is based on the clinical and research paradigm known as Neurologic Music Therapy. To remain in the Music Therapy program, students must earn a minimum 2.5 GPA each semester. Additionally, music therapy core courses must be completed with a grade of C or higher. All internship applications must include a written letter of recommendation from a music therapy faculty member. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES The music therapy program is designed to address three primary objectives: Comprehensive musicianship: through intensive music study and performance experiences, students will articulate knowledge of music structure and style, produce aesthetically pleasing musical performances, and modify music for specific contexts. Knowledge of human behavior: by studying both theory and scientific evidence, students will develop an in-depth understanding of the systems of the human body, the intricacies of human behavior, as well as developmental norms and deviations in each domain of functioning. Knowledge of Music Therapy: students will engage in rigorous exploration of the theories and scientific evidence that support the use of music in a therapeutic context. Following the neurologic music therapy approach, all techniques learned in this program are based on scientific evidence regarding music perception and behavior. Furthermore, students have ample opportunity to establish and refine their therapeutic skills through six consecutive semesters of clinical practica in addition to a six-month, full-time clinical internship 549

22 DEGREE PROGRAMS Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy MAJOR Music Therapy (MTY) BACHELOR OF MUSIC: MUSIC THERAPY Experiential Music Curriculum Major Code: MTY with minor in Psychology MED 010 Music Therapy Forum 0 Principal Instrument/Voice Applied Lesson (Level A) 2 MTC 140 Music Theory I* 2 MCY 140 Experiencing Music* 2 MKP 140 Keyboard Studies I* 1 MTC/MSJ/MMI 107 Skills Ensemble I* 1 MED 9 Introduction to Music Therapy 2 ENG 105 English Composition I 3 MTH 101 Algebra for College Students** 3 UMX Freshman Experience 0 MED 010 Music Therapy Forum 0 Principal Instrument/Voice (Level C) 2 MTC 240 Music Theory III* 2 MKP 240 Keyboard Studies III* 1 MTC/MSJ/MMI 207 Skills Ensemble III* 1 MED 359 Music Therapy Practicum 1A 1 MED 244 Vocal Techniques or MVP 250 Lyric Diction for Singers-Eng. & Italian 1 PSY 110 Introduction to Psychology (minor) 3 MED 010 Music Therapy Forum 0 Principal Instrument/Voice (Level E) 2 MCY 541 Music of the Mediaeval, Renaissance, and Baroque Periods 3 MED 249 Functional Techniques in MTY II 1 MED 361 Music Therapy Practicum 2A 1 MED 576 Music & Development (w) 3 MIP 3 Basic Conducting or MIP 181 Choral Cond. 1 MED 010 Music Therapy Forum 0 MED 363 Music Therapy Practicum 3A 1 MED 551 Music Therapy Research Methods (w) 3 MTC Arranging/Orchestration Elective 3 PSY 292 Intro. Bio behavioral Statistics (minor) _3 14 FRESHMAN YEAR SOPHOMORE YEAR JUNIOR YEAR SENIOR YEAR MED 010 Music Therapy Forum 0 Principal Instrument/Voice (Level B) 2 MTC 141 Music Theory II* 2 MCY 141 Musical Trends & Traditions* 2 MKP 141 Keyboard Studies II* 1 MTC/MSJ/MMI 108 Skills Ensemble II* 1 MED 149 Functional Techniques in MTY I 1 MED 259 Music Therapy Pre-Practicum 2 ENG 106 English Composition II 3 MED 010 Music Therapy Forum 0 Principal Instrument/Voice (Level D) 2 MTC 241 Music Theory IV* 2 MKP 241 Keyboard Studies IV* 1 MMI 250 Essential Tech for Musicians 3 MTC/MSJ/MMI 208 Skills Ensemble IV* 1 MED 360 Music Therapy Practicum 1B 1 MED 242 Percussion Techniques 1 DAN 290 Intro to Dance/Movement Therapy 2 PSY 230 Child & Adolescent Development (minor) 3 MED 010 Music Therapy Forum 0 Principal Instrument/Voice (Level F) 2 MCY 542 Music of the Classical, Romantic, and Modern Periods 3 MED 245 Functional Music Techniques 1 MED 362 Music Therapy Practicum 2B 1 MED 545 Music in Rehabilitation (w) 3 PSY 240 Abnormal Psychology (minor) _3 14 MED 010 Music Therapy Forum 0 MED 364 Music Therapy Practicum 3B 1 MED 546 Music in Psychotherapy (w) 3 MED 559 Internship in Music Therapy*** 3 MED 562 Psychology of Music (w) 3 MMI 530 Entrepreneurship for Musicians (w) 3 PSY 345 Abnormal Child Psychology (minor) _3 550

23 NOTE: Must pass all courses in MED with grade of C or above. Credits = 124 * Must pass with grade of C or above. ** MTH 101 required if math placement is MTH 101 or lower. *** Internship applications must include a written letter of recommendation from music therapy faculty member. STEM cognate should include PSY 220 Introduction to Psychobilogy and BIL 109 Human Biology. Total THE MUSIC THERAPY EQUIVALENCY PROGRAM The equivalency program is designed for the individual who has already completed a bachelor s degree in a related discipline, including the following courses: Music Theory I, II, III and IV; Music History I and II; Conducting, Arranging, Applied Lessons (6 semesters), Performing Ensembles (8 semesters), Piano Competency (4 semesters of either lessons or group piano) and Introduction to Psychology. Beyond these courses, the program consists of 50 credit hours that can be completed in two years, followed by a six-month clinical internship. All internship applications must include a written letter of recommendation from a music therapy faculty member. Please contact the Music Therapy Program Director for a listing of the 50 credit hours. If any of the prerequisite courses have not yet been completed, they can be taken at the University of Miami. Taking these additional courses, however, may lengthen the amount of time required to complete the equivalency program. In certain situations, alternate courses from other universities can substitute for the required courses. Depending on the nature of the course, this decision will be made by the undergraduate dean, in consultation with the Music Therapy Program Director. In order to determine exactly how many credits are required to complete the equivalency program, the student should obtain official transcripts for their previous degree and meet with the music therapy program director. Following completion of the course and internship, students are then eligible to sit for the music therapy board certification exam and can become professional members of the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA). For students wishing to pursue graduate studies in music therapy, the equivalency program can be combined with the master s degree in music therapy. MUSIC MEDIA AND INDUSTRY - Dept. Code: MMI The Department of Music Media and Industry includes two programs, Music Engineering Technology and Music Business and Entertainment Industries. MUSIC BUSINESS AND ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRIES INTRODUCTION The Bachelor of Music in Music Business and Entertainment Industries is a professional degree program designed to prepare qualified musicians for careers in the business management, financial, legal, and artistic areas of the music industry. Music, business, and music business courses are combined in an interdisciplinary curriculum which includes a minor in Marketing, Legal Studies, Business Administration, Management, Finance, 551

24 Computer Information Systems, Public Relations, or other approved business-related area. The MBEI program also features a capstone music or entertainment industry internship. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES Students will have a conceptual understanding of the structures and interrelationships of the music and entertainment industries. Students will acquire knowledge and understanding of the vocabulary and terminology associated with the music and entertainment industries. Students will be able to comprehend and apply basic music publishing procedures including copyright administration, mechanical licensing and royalties distribution. Students will know how to promote and sell a music industry product. Students will have an understanding of the performing artist as a major economic factor in the marketplace. Students will develop a set of skills applicable to the music industry including: financial and project management, create and enact marketing and promotional plans, the ability to write basic agreements and licenses, and copyright management and administration. DEGREE PROGRAMS Bachelor of Music MAJORS Music Business & Entertainment Industries (MBEI) Music Business & Entertainment Industries with Entrepreneurship and Management Emphasis and a minor in Creative American Music (MBEC) MINORS MINOR IN MUSIC BUSINESS AND ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRIES (MBEI) (No audition required) A minor in Music Business and Entertainment Industries consists of 12 credits: Multinational Recorded Music Industry (MMI 3) 3 Credits or Music Business Essentials (MMI 310) 3 Credits (music majors only) Introduction to Music Copyright Law (MMI 274) 3 Credits 6 Additional Credits from the following choices: o Artist Development and the Live Entertainment Industry (MMI 273) 3 Credits o Entertainment Industry Contract Basics (MMI 378) 3 Credits o Recorded Music Operations (MMI 537) 3 Credits o Entrepreneurship for Musicians (MMI 530) 3 Credits (music majors only) MINOR IN CREATIVE AMERICAN MUSIC (CAM) (See below under The Bruce Hornsby Creative American Music Program) 552

25 BACHELOR OF MUSIC: MUSIC BUSINESS & ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRIES With Approved Business, Communications, or Entertainment-Related Minor Experiential Music Curriculum Major Code: MBEI MMI 014 Music Industry Forum 0 Principal Instrument/Voice (Level A) 2 MTC 140 Music Theory I* 2 MCY 140 Experiencing Music* 2 MKP 140 Keyboard Studies I* 1 MTC/MSJ/MMI 107 Skills Ensemble I* 1 ENG 105 English Composition I 3 MTH 113 Finite Mathematics** 3 UMX Freshman Experience 0 MMI 014 Music Industry Forum 0 Principal Instrument/Voice (Level C) 2 MTC/MSJ 240 Music Theory III* 2 MKP 240 Keyboard Skills III* 1 MTC/MSJ/MMI 207 Skills Ensemble III* 1 ACC 211 Financial Accounting 3 MMI 274 Introduction to Music Copyright 3 ECO 211 Economics 3 MMI 014 Music Industry Forum 0 Principal Instrument/Voice (Level E) 2 Approved MCY Elective 3 MTC 300+ level Elective 3 MMI 378 Entertainment Industry Contracts 3 MKT 301 Market Foundations 3 18 MMI 014 Music Industry Forum 0 MMI Elective 3 Approved MCY Elective 3 Minor Course 3 FRESHMAN YEAR SOPHOMORE YEAR JUNIOR YEAR SENIOR YEAR MMI 014 Music Industry Forum 0 Principal Instrument/Voice (Level B) 2 MTC 141 Music Theory II* 2 MCY 141 Musical Trends & Traditions* 2 MKP 141 Keyboard Studies II* 1 MTC/MSJ/MMI 108 Skills Ensemble II* 1 MMI 3 Multinational Recorded Music Industry 3 ENG 106 English Composition II 3 MMI 014 Music Industry Forum 0 Principal Instrument/Voice (Level D) 2 MTC/MSJ 241 Music Theory IV* 2 MKP 241 Keyboard Skills IV* 1 MMI 250 Essential Tech for Musicians 3 MTC/MSJ/MMI 208 Skills Ensemble IV* 1 MMI 273 Artist Development & Live Performance 3 BSL 212 Business Law (W) 3 MMI 014 Music Industry Forum 0 Principal Instrument/Voice (Level F) 2 MMI 377 Royalties in the Music Publishing Industry 1 MMI 537 Recorded Music Operations 3 MMI 573 International Music Publishing 2 CIS Elective 3 ENG 230, COS 333 or ENG 331 (W) 3 MMI 014 Music Industry Forum 0 MMI 455 Internship in Entertainment Industry or Approved Elective 2-3 MMI Elective 3 MGT Elective 3 Minor Course 3 Minor Course or Approved Elective 3 - Total Credits = NOTES: Students must maintain a minimum GPA of 2.70 to remain in the MBEI Program. * Must pass with grade of C or above. ** MTH 101 required if Math placement is MTH 101 or lower. 553

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